It’s said that a fairy tale usually happens only in books and stories; however this one featuring Jeenal and Pranav happened at Angsana Oasis Resort and Spa, Bangalore. Celebrations began with the Mehandi ceremony with a beautiful Radha Krishna theme - the photos itself tell the story just right. This ceremony laid the foundation for the celebration that was to come! Siddharth Mahadevan and the gorgeous Kakkar Sisters walked into perform for the Sangeet, and as we guessed, it was downright brilliant! Cause of course they needed stars to perform for this couple who look like they descended from the heavens too! Jeenal dressed in a purple jacket styled blouse and a gorgeous gold lehenga.
The Phera's certainly should have been the highlight when India’s only walking violinist Aneesh Vidyashankar escorted the bride and groom to the stage, it was time for the fairytale to begin! Well began is half done while to conclude such a wedding we needed more fire power hence came in the incredible Silver Strings, the band from Russia and well the party was far from over when everyone jumped into the pool for the “Just Married Pool Party” hosted by DJ Hussain. Such elaborate arrangements; the best of performers and always an eye for detail and to stitch this piece of magic the person with the wand was Pritie Jain who has transformed this into one magical fairy tale wedding !
The wedding celebration of Jeenal and Pranav was one endless ride of dancing, singing and merriment, shot brilliantly by Pixelstory.in - They perfectly captured every detail, from the decor to those sweet candid moments in all its beauty!
- Photography - PixelStory.in
- Wedding Planner - Pritie Jain , Bling Mushrooms
- Cinematography - Manan Upadhaya
- Makeup - Aanchal Balraj
- Special Appearance & Performances - Aneesh Vidyashankar , Siddharth Mahadevan, Kakkar Sisters, Silver strings.
- Mehendi outfit - Vasansi Designer Store, Jaipur
- Sangeet outfit - Sujata Designer Store, Mumbai
- Wedding outfit - Chamee and Palak, Mumbai
- Pool Party outfit - Papa don't preach, Mumbai